CHAPEL CALENDAR

 

The Chapel's Sunday worship services are now transitioning back to on-site services but also continuing on-line with Live-Stream for those who cannot attend in person, followed by a social time  via Zoom. 

 

The Chapel's Benefit Shop is open 12:00pm-4:00pm, Tuesday through Saturday.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Sunday Worship Highlights

 

The Chapel will begin providing hybrid (i.e. on-site attendance or virtual attendance) Sunday Services on April 3rd.  For those who would like to attend the service at the Chapel at 10:30 am, please see the required protocol in Pastor Rick's monthly message.  For those who prefer online viewing, please see the YouTube link on the same page.  For people who would like to participate in a post-service social time, please email Pastor Rick at ryramat@cs.com for the Zoom invitation.

April 3, 2022

Sunday Service with Rev. Rick Yramategui

Hybrid in-person and Live Stream

Theme: “Mary’s Anointing”

Text: John 12: 1-8

Music:  Carmel Valley Singers, Ann Burleigh, director

April 10, 2022

Sunday Service with Rev. Rick Yramategui

Hybrid in-person and Live Stream

Theme:  Holy Week Meditation

Text:  various texts

Music:  Rick Yramategui, piano

April 17, 2022

Sunday Service with Rev. Rick Yramategui

Hybrid in-person and Live Stream

Theme: Awakening the Gardener”

Text:  John 20: 1-18

Music: Special Guest!

April 24, 2022

Sunday Service with Tom Bishop and Jennifer Garbarino

Hybrid in-person and Live Stream

Theme:  “Relational Compassion”

Text:  TBA

Music: Special Guest!

Tuesday Meditation Service

The Tuesday evening Zoom meditation services have resumed, beginning at 7:00 pm.  In order to receive the Zoom invitation, attendees should contact Rev. Rick at ryramat@cs.com  

Chapel Book Group

Book discussions continue with the Chapel Book Discussion Group on April 7th, 14th and 24th at 1:30pm PST on Zoom.  The book is After Jesus Before Christianity: A Historical Exploration of the First Two Centuries of Jesus Movements by Erin Vearncombe, Brandon Scott, and Hal Taussig.  In order to participate and receive the Zoom invitation, contact Rev. Rick at ryramat@cs.com   Participants are responsible for ordering their own book.

"From the creative minds of the scholarly group behind the groundbreaking Jesus Seminar comes this provocative and eye-opening look at the roots of Christianity that offers a thoughtful reconsideration of the first two centuries of the Jesus movement, transforming our understanding of the religion and its early dissemination."